Monthly Archives: October 2012

Saturday Review

Northeastern fought to a 0-0 tie with UNH on Sunday at Matthews Arena. Bryan Mountain made 44 saves in the tie. What to Like Really, not much to dislike here. The Huskies played a great all around game, and the … Continue reading

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Friday Recap

Despite starting off 3-1 in the first period, Northeastern lost to UNH 4-3 at the Whittemore Center. What Was Good Once again, NU got off to a great start, scoring 3 goals, and also responding almost immediately to the one … Continue reading

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Weekend Preview: #11 UNH

Northeastern faces off this weekend against UNH in a home and home series. Should be a great series of games between the two teams. Both teams have looked strong to start, with UNH starting off 3-0 and NU starting off … Continue reading

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Weekend Review

Notheastern’s undefeated streak ended at 2, losing to Boston College 3-0 at Conte on Saturday. I was unable to attend the game, but from everything I’ve heard NU played a solid game 5-on-5 but took a number of penalties that … Continue reading

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Saturday Preview: #3 Boston College

Here we go again. Northeastern only has one game this weekend, against the Eagles. BC faces off against UMass tonight before facing Northeastern tomorrow night in their home opener. The game is sold out and promises to be a pretty … Continue reading

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Postgame Review: #1 Boston College

Northeastern beat 3-1 in a thrilling game in front of a sellout crowd at Matthews Arena. It was the best game I’ve seen in a very long time, probably years, and beating the National Champions in their first regular season … Continue reading

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Saturday Preview: #1 Boston College

Tonight takes on the Number 1 team in the nation, Boston College at home. A sellout game, this game has been hyped all week. BC and NU have battled ferociously over the past few years, usually ensuring the games are … Continue reading

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